If your production environment changes and operations is unaware of it, applications may crash and deployments can fail.
Drift can leave critical data exposed if resources are accidentally set to public access. Resources cannot be governed if IT does not know about them.
Temporary infrastructure changes can be left unnoticed, costing you thousands of dollars per month in unnecessary provisioning fees.
Terraform Drift detection preemptively detects when a resource has changed from what Terraform shows in the state file. Terraform Cloud displays the current state of drift and provides additional information such as the last time drift was checked, the resources detected as being in a state of drift, and a visualization of what attributes have changed.
With Drift detection for Terraform Cloud you can create customizable notifications to make sure the right people are alerted using your preferred method of communication, including email, Slack, or a webhook.
Operators can resolve drift issues directly from the Terraform Drift tab by accepting changes with a refresh-only plan or by making changes to the new infrastructure state.
A central plane to manage and provide visibility into your infrastructure without creating custom tooling or manually running a plan or refresh for every workspace or state.
Customizable notifications and context to understand when changes occur and track down who made them to understand why and avoid application downtime.
Notifications to the appropriate people when changes occur so you can take action to avoid unnecessary costs